I finally have something to blame all my absentmindedness on!
I’ve long been absentminded, but I can now add “Professor” on to that, for, as you will already know if you are linked in to me on Linked In, I have a shiny new title to add to my resume: Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Health Science at Simon Fraser University.
Adjunct Professor, unlike the regular kind, is a title that signifies that one is associated with the university through their professional work. For me, that includes collaborating with researchers, supervising practicum students, and hopefully doing some teaching as well1. So I’m not quitting my day job, but rather awesome-ifying it2 as one of the things that I really like to do is bridge the academic world with the world of health services, and this title signifies that bridge.
Dr. Snow, Absentminded Professor
- I don’t have anything set up teaching-wise as of yet, but I have some ideas! [↩]
- Well, I should say “further awesome-ifying it”, as it’s already pretty awesome. [↩]